The level of council tax for South Northamptonshire Council, Northamptonshire County Council and the Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire is determined by dividing the amount of money required to cover spending on service delivery by the number of properties for which council tax is payable - expressed as Band D equivalents.
The number of Band D equivalent properties varies each year as a result of new homes being built and old ones being demolished. The number is also affected by the level of people eligible for discounts and council tax reduction.
|Amount per band D
|Northamptonshire County Council General*||38,165,481||41,246,602||1,146.38|
|Northamptonshire County Council Fire*||2,070,340||2,191,437||60.76|
|Northamptonshire County Council Adult Social Care Precept (2%)||3,148,320||3,235,940||89.72|
|The Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire||7,756,404||8,837,882||245.04|
|South Northamptonshire Council||6,519,113||6,900,718||191.33|
*Fire and Rescue transferred from Northamptonshire County Council to the Police, Fire and Rescue Commissioner in January 2019.
For information on the county council tax contribution and Northamptonshire County Council's budget see Northamptonshire County Council.
For further details on how the policing part of your council tax is spent see Northamptonshire Police.
To see how much the council tax payment is for all property bands see Council Tax bands and charges.